CHAPTER001=00:00:00.000CHAPTER001NAME=Chapter 1CHAPTER002=00:05:00.000CHAPTER002NAME=Chapter 2CHAPTER003=00:07:35.500CHAPTER002NAME=Chapter 3...
Thanks for the heads up. This should be useful with single file rips, though I'm not sure it's possible to convert CD frames to milliseconds exactly.
Great! Is it (planned to be) supported by Foobar?
Isn't chaptering on OGG files already supprted (atleast with foobar2000)?Convert any album with multiple tracks to multi-track Vorbis or any Ogg-based format. You get one chaptered file.
This was just a hack
Please explain why this idea is better than chained streams again. I would love to know why supporting chained streams requires any more work than supporting this. Remember that seeking already requires bisecting the files to determine the packet offsets and their granule positions. Handling chained streams simply requires this process to take place on file discovery, to determine the offsets of each individual stream. And any player which supports Ogg Vorbis streaming should already support basic chaining, to support streams with metadata.
Old topic but I wonder if putting the stream in Matroska containers would be better for full CD rips because Matroska chapters can be nested, so a song can be it's own chapter and have chapters of its own.